The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is the nation’s leading organization representing people with hearing loss.

Communication Access in Health Care: What do HOH need to know…what are the goals of HLAA Team?

“Helping Physicians Help Us” by Carol Haywood (Winter 2023)  PDF link >>

Should I be Wearing a Medical ID Bracelet for Hearing Loss or Type of Hearing Device?  (Feb 2023)
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How has the Role of Hospital CXO Changed and What Does that Mean for HOH Patients?  (March 2023)
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Hearing Loss Association – Florida State Association
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Living With Hearing Loss – Blogger Shari Eberts is an active hearing health advocate and writes frequently on her blog and elsewhere. In 2015 she was named a HearStrong Champion for her work to change the stigma surrounding hearing loss. She serves on the Board of Trustees of Hearing Loss Association of America and was the Board Chair of Hearing Health Foundation from 2012-2015.  Book Author, NYT reporter and blogger Katherine Bouton shares her perspective, advice and links to many other resources. Monthly magazine & bloggers’ page: is a nonprofit informational website created and maintained by  Hope College psychology professor David G. Myers and his assistant Kathryn Brownson   HHTM was created by and for people who share the belief that Hearing Health & Technology Matters! “Our vision is to provide timely information and lively insights to anyone who cares about hearing loss.”  These links point to information regarding the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design as they relate to Assistive Listening Devices.   This site offers a specific guide with facts and guidance regarding vision and/or hearing loss and addiction treatment.